This week’s 2021 #ocsbFridayFeeling features highlights from the first week back to school. Our students and staff shared with us their Feast of the Epiphany celebrations and their innovative and creative works of art.
The Feast of Epiphany was shared virtually with Mr. Bruno’s grade 3 class at St Luke Nepean.
Ms. Conway’s grade 2 students at St. Martin de Porres School will try to be the light for others after witnessing this beautiful Epiphany liturgy.
An amazing job by Mr. Lafreniere’s students at St. George School as they made houses for animals after reading Noah’s Ark.
Great artwork from Ms DiNardo’s kindergarten class at St. Anne School after viewing the Feast of the Epiphany Liturgy.
Happiness is the smiling faces behind the masks of these ECL students at St. Rose of Lima School.
This St. Patrick School student is grateful to be back to school virtually.
The kindergarten class at St. Elizabeth School had so much fun when challenged to make the biggest indoor snowman from items in their home.
More homemade indoor snowmen from the students in Mme Vadenboncoeur’s class at St. Marguerite d’Youville school.
Mrs. Kirkpatrick at St. John Paul II School shares a sweet sentiment from one of her students who just loves school so much.
How blessed is Ms. Zappavigna’s class at St. Gregory School to have this student share her singing talents during morning prayer.
St. Philip School is so proud of their students for showing perseverance and flexibility this week.